Testing a theoretical model: correlates of parental stress responses in the pediatric intensive care unit.

@article{Miles1989TestingAT,
  title={Testing a theoretical model: correlates of parental stress responses in the pediatric intensive care unit.},
  author={Margaret Shandor Miles and Margaret C. Carter and Jim Hennessey and T W Eberly and I I Riddle},
  journal={Maternal-child nursing journal},
  year={1989},
  volume={18 3},
  pages={207-19}
}
This study was designed to evaluate a theoretical framework, based on stress theory, which identifies potential sources of stress in parents of children hospitalized in an intensive care unit (ICU). The framework suggests that personal, situational, and ICU environmental stress stimuli interactively impact on the overall parental stress response. Multiple regression techniques were used to evaluate the interaction of personal family factors, situational stimuli, and ICU environmental stressors… CONTINUE READING

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